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College Scholarship Offers for ALL U.S. and International Students

August and September Scholarships Available!

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships for U.S. and International Students

Boston University Due: 12/1 http://bit.ly/1Gjmmoz 20 awards

Middle Tennessee State University Due: 12/1 http://bit.ly/1uBKAja 20 awards

University of British Columbia Due: 12/10 http://bit.ly/1tvGRXh

Tulane University Due: 12/15 http://bit.ly/Wf0wvQ 125 awards

Opportunities for 1st-12th Graders to Compete in Bees and Bowls & Win Scholarships!

The competition is on is for students starting in first grade through the senior year. Here are some great opportunities that enhance résumés and even offer scholarships for winners. Time to sign up for 2015-2016 year!

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Individual Entry Competitions

The North South Foundation currently sponsors 60+ chapters in U.S. hosting bees and bowls. Each chapter has a dedicated team of volunteers or a coordinating team. The coordinating team works with other volunteers to organize the educational contests, fund raising events and other educational or community service programs. The national coordinating team of NSF provides support with planning the local chapter events and wherever possible dispatches volunteers to help the local chapter conduct NSF events.

The Regional Contest Calendar  provides information on contests conducted in each chapter and state. NSF welcomes you to actively participate in your chapter activities. If you do not find a chapter close to you, we encourage you to contact us about opening a new chapter near you. For your quick reference, we have also outlined a brief guideline on starting a new local chapter.

*Caution: Before you select contests and register, make certain that contests are offered in your chapter. If you do not see any contests in your chapter, consult your chapter coordinator. You cannot select contests and register until the contest calendar is set for your location. It is possible that the calendar may exist for a neighboring chapter in your cluster in which case you can choose to register there or wait until your chapter calendar is set.

National Geographic Bee http://on.natgeo.com/1mOVpJz 

Junior Geography Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Geography Bee (Grades 4-8)

Scripps National Spelling Bee http://bit.ly/19XypaP                     

Junior Spelling Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Spelling Bee (Grades 4-8)

National Math Bee http://bit.ly/19XymMg

Math Bee Level 1 (Grades 1-2), Math Bee Level 2 (Grades 3-5), Math Bee Level 3 (Grades 6-8)

National Science Bee http://bit.ly/1n8jj5D

Junior Science (Grades 1-3), Intermediate Science (Grades 4-5), Senior Science (Grades 6-8)

National Vocabulary Bee http://bit.ly/1b1CzK3

Junior Vocabulary Bee (Grades 1-3), Senior Vocabulary Bee (Grades 4-8)

National Essay Writing http://bit.ly/1lhwMJX

Senior Essay Writing Bee (Grades 9-12)

National Public Speaking http://bit.ly/L3ivzQ

Senior Public Speaking Bee (Grades 9-12)

National Brain Bee http://bit.ly/1f3bVnO (Grades 9-12)

International Brain Bee http://bit.ly/1esPllA (Grades 9-12)

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Team Competitions

National Science Bowl (Science and Math) http://1.usa.gov/1fibw1G

Middle School (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12)

National Bible Bowl http://bit.ly/1n8lpm7

Beginner Bible Bowl (Grades 3-5), Teen Bible Bowl (Grades 6-12)

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Minority Scholarship Directories

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Paying for College Student Resource Guide 2015-2016 by U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard for All Students

National Directory of Scholarships, Internships, and Fellowships for Latino Students by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

Repository of Resources for Undocumented Students by College Board

MALDEF Scholarship List 2016-17 by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

Guide to Scholarships for New Americans and Minorities by D/FW International

www click for more.LatinoCollegeDollars.org  Latino scholarships regardless of citizenship status for high school seniors, college students, and graduate students

www.uncf.com  Scholarships for African-American/Black high school seniors, college students, and graduate students

Scholarship Resources for Students Without a Social Security Number

So if I’m not an eligible noncitizen, can I get any type of financial aid to study in the U.S.?  Yes!

Financial Aid and the Undocumented Student Government Fact Sheet

FAFSA paper edition to be mailed directly to the college financial aid office of the college you plan to attend.  Do not submit the FAFSA application online to the federal government.

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The A-Z Scholarship List for All Students

Paying for College Student Resource Guide 2015-2016 by U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard for All Students

The National Directory of Scholarships, Internships, and Fellowships by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

MALDEF Scholarship List 2016-17 by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

www.LatinoCollegeDollars.org  Scholarships regardless of citizenship status for high school seniors, college students, and graduate students 

Repository of Resources for Undocumented Students by College Board

 

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Homeschooled Scholarships

Homeschooled?  Yes, there are scholarships just for you!  www.homeschoolscholarships.org 

Homeschool scholarships meeting the needs of homeschoolers providing scholarships and resources.  

Most scholarships designated for high school students are available to homeschoolers! 

May Scholarships Available Now!

The last of the large national scholarships ended March 15th, but scholarships are available year round! Are you ready? Learn what you need to do to win. There is a five step process that must be followed. Mark your calendar, these opportunities are knocking and preparation should begin NOW!

Path to Scholarships® Workbook guides high school and college students to prepare and win scholarships! It is your personal treasure map!

Complete these five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

  1. Community Service
  2. Resume
  3. College and Scholarship Essays 
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Official Transcript

Download List of U.S. & International Scholarships & Resources for High School and College Students

Click here for your list.

How to Win Scholarships!

  1. Each scholarship has a different application and requirements. Click on each application link, review the eligibility requirements, and complete the application, if you qualify. Use the FREE Path to Scholarships e-Book as a guide www.NeedCollegeMoney.com.
  2. Create a FREE account on www.edudaris.com, which matches you to scholarships and join the Five Step Mini e-Course for High School or College Students to organize everything needed to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.
  3. View the scholarship offers on Facebook and scholarship lists below.

We do not make any promises to you, only offer you the resources and tools to try. The Path to Scholarships® Five-Step Mini e-Course for High School or College Students on Edudaris.com will guide you through this process, so you will understand what the colleges and scholarships are requiring of you and how you can easily put it all together.

Edudaris® Works in Three Easy Steps

  1. Create a FREE account on www.Edudaris.com.
  2. Update your profile to 100% to automatically be matched to as many OFFERS, as possible, which include scholarships!
  3. Join a FREE Path to Scholarships Five-Step Mini COURSE to learn how to apply successfully to college and for scholarships.

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High School Student Scholarships

High School and College Student Scholarships

College Student Scholarships

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships!  Keep in mind for next year!

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

March Scholarships Now Available!

The last of the large national scholarships end this month! Are you ready? Learn what you need to do to win. There is a five step process that must be followed. Mark your calendar, these opportunities are knocking and preparation should begin NOW!

Time is of the essence! Did you know that 75% of all scholarships will be closed by March 15th? 

Path to Scholarships® Workbook guides high school and college students to prepare and win scholarships! It is your personal treasure map!

Complete these five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

  1. Community Service
  2. Resume
  3. College and Scholarship Essays 
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Official Transcript

Download List of U.S. & International Scholarships & Resources for High School and College Students

Click here for your list.

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 High School Student Scholarships  

High School and College Student Scholarships

College Student Scholarships

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships!  Keep in mind for next year!

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Feb. Scholarships Available Now!

Large national scholarships continue this month! Are you ready? Learn what you need to do to win. There is a five step process that must be followed. Mark your calendar, these opportunities are knocking and preparation should begin NOW!

Time is of the essence! Did you know that 75% of all scholarships will be closed by March 15th? 

Path to Scholarships® Workbook guides high school and college students to prepare and win scholarships! It is your personal treasure map!

Complete these five steps to successfully apply to college and for scholarships.

  1. Community Service
  2. Resume
  3. College and Scholarship Essays 
  4. Recommendation Letters
  5. Official Transcript

Download List of U.S. & International Scholarships & Resources for High School and College Students

Click here for your list.

Time And Money 

 High School Student Scholarships  

High School and College Student Scholarships

College Student Scholarships

Major Universities Providing Four Year Full Tuition Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships!  Keep in mind for next year!

Disclaimer:  The author and publisher make no representation or warranties to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this offer.  Furthermore, the author and publisher make no representation or warranties that the applicant will obtain financial assistance.  Please view the offer’s offsite homepage for full details.
Certain portions of the Edudaris® content may indicate to you your likelihood of winning a scholarship, gaining admission to a particular college or university, and/or gaining another opportunity posted by the offers. Such services are intended to be for directional purposes only and should not be relied upon exclusively in your college, scholarships, and opportunity search process of the offers on Edudaris®. No representation or warranties are given that the user will obtain financial assistance or be admitted to the college/university/school of their choice. Any advice, methods, recommendations, and tools given verbally, through the videos, and assignments on the Path to Scholarships® courses are solely the opinion of the authors and should not be interpreted as exhaustive.  
Our listing of scholarships is not exhaustive. We encourage students to also look for scholarships at their high school, colleges, community, churches, clubs, scholarship books, Internet search engines, and other scholarship websites. We never promise that a student will win a scholarship, but if they follow the five steps by completing the FREE online Five-Step e-Course they can build a strong foundation to highly increase their chances of winning scholarships. 

Where Can I Find Information on State Scholarships?

Check with your State Department of Education in the state where you live for state scholarships and requirements. In the Resources section in the back of the Path to Scholarships® High School Edition and College Edition workbooks there is a listing of state scholarship agencies and their telephone numbers. 

The Directory of State Scholarship Agencies provides information on grants, scholarships, and other financial aid for college students from the state, including federally-supported state programs such as Byrd scholarships and LEAP (Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership) grants. 

Many states have a variety of state scholarships based on may different requirements and criteria. The sooner students know what the requirements are for these state scholarships, the sooner they can plan and prepare ahead, making sure they meet the requirements to qualify!